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In Ben's final sports bulletin on the channel, he brings you up to speed with what’s going on in sport right now. From the thrilling climax ahead at Wimbledon, the Aussies getting absolutely thrashed by England at the World Cup, and how Arsenal's captain refuses to travel with the team in pre-season. Plus a story about the late James Small and how Madiba helped him turn his world around.
Bafana Bafana have another shot at the unexpected as they take on Nigeria in the quarter-finals of AFCON 2019 - their pride and a decent payday is on the line. An interesting take on making rugby more exciting, the latest from Wimbledon, rain at the Cricket World Cup and why John Daly won't play at The Open.
PSG have a new Neymar headache as he fails to pitch up for pre-season training, with speculation growing that he’s about to leave the club. Who would want him though? The latest from Wimbledon's business end, AFCON's quarter-final mix, Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder is on for 2020 and the Tour de France has a new leader.
Nobody would have believed it, but Bafana Bafana did the impossible: they beat Egypt to progress to the quarter-finals of AFCON. The Proteas finally gave their fans something to cheer about by beating the Aussies, and the USA wins the FIFA Women's World Cup. A new name in golf wins big, and into the business end of Wimbledon we go.
Much to be excited about sport-wise right now: there are the FIFA Women's World Cup and SupeRugby finals to enjoy. Things are hotting up at Wimbledon, the Proteas trot out one last time at the Cricket World Cup, and Frank Lampard returns to Chelsea as manager. Then Ben goes off on a bit of a tangent about the Women's Ashes. Fun times.
What should have been a mouthwatering clash between India and England turned out to be nothing more than a reminder of how much India hates Pakistan. Max Verstappen wins a thriller in Austria, Crusaders and Jaguares through to the SupeRugby final, and two heart warming wins in the world of golf. Plus, Wimbledon kicks off this week, along with some football.
The Cricket World Cup rolls onto the business end of thing, but will England be there when the last 4 are left standing? Super Rugby reaches the semis, Neymar wants to go back to Barcelona, and a countdown to the Tokyo Oympics and how athletes may melt while competing there.
Rain, rain and more rain. The Cricket World Cup has another washout with the weather not looking much better for the rest of the week either. Caster Semenya wins a race, the Forbes 100 richest people in sport, the latest from the Women's World Cup, and a look ahead to the 119th US Open at Pebble Beach.
Banyana Banyana started well in the women's FIFA World Cup, but ultimately it ended in tears. Rafael Nadal makes it 12 titles at the French Open. Ashley Barty gets it done on the women's side of the draw, Rory McIlroy blows everyone away at the Canadian Open, and Gerda Steyn shatters the women's up run record at the Comrades Marathon.
The Proteas are somehow making life even more difficult for themselves at the World Cup. The women's FIFA World Cup kicks off this weekend, but pay inequalities grab the early headlines. More 'sexism', this time at the French Open, your weekend of Super Rugby fixtures, plus Eden Hazard's move to Real Madrid.
The Proteas are somehow making life even more difficult for themselves at the World Cup. The women’s FIFA World Cup kicks off this weekend, but pay inequalities grab the early headlines. More ‘sexism’, this time at the French Open, your weekend of Super Rugby fixtures, plus Eden Hazard’s move to Real Madrid.
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